Translation of deliverance in Spanish:


liberación, n.

Pronunciation /dɪˈlɪv(ə)r(ə)ns//dəˈlɪv(ə)rəns/



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    liberación feminine
    • It is not as though there is a ‘real’ private voice somewhere inside us which gives us infallible deliverances which are right.
    • As you led everyone in a prayer for deliverance from any curse over their lives, I felt a definite sense of release from bondage.
    • Afraid he had not sacrificed in the proscribed manner, he squeezed his eyes shut and called out a prayer to God for deliverance.
    • All I know is that we said prayers of deliverance and kept our mouths shut when arguments began as to whether the bombs needed to be dropped or not.
    • We give thanks at this hour that this deliverance, in fact, took place.
    • Although there was a fake formality to the deliverance of Cameron's lines, Kate still believed them to be sincere.
    • What substance this is can be inferred from the deliverances of the active faculty, namely the ideas in my imagination.
    • Biblically, salvation means deliverance; the question is, ‘Deliverance from what?’
    • He ministered in mercy to the suffering, ministered healing to the incurable, ministered deliverance to those in bondage, ministered forgiveness to the fallen!
    • Song thus contains both words and music, but speech performance is also more than just a neutral deliverance of verbal semantics.
    • The Commissioners discuss the affairs of the church over a full seven days of debates which lead to deliverances, which set out the Kirk's policies.
    • Everyone waits for deliverance that never comes.
    • After the first diaries, which deal with years of persecution and suffering, one expects this one to be a chronicle of deliverance.
    • The aim of deliverance must continue to apply methods and paths of salvation.
    • We adopt a double standard: we subject religious doctrines to rigorous scrutiny that we would not dream of imposing on the deliverances of science and common sense.
    • For centuries, Italians had turned to the Virgin Mary in times of individual or collective trouble to ask for salvation or deliverance.
    • Or, just perhaps, the prayers of the faithful for deliverance from ungodly rule are at last being heard.
    • From there, still an alcoholic, he travelled to South Africa, still looking for deliverance.
    • In Psalm 27, we are treated again to the language of light, salvation, and deliverance from enemies in the form of confession and petition.
    • Although the person feels free, he often needs much more deliverance.
    • On the contrary, it was a faith of pure practical reason, securely founded in the authoritative deliverances of the moral consciousness, that he sought to legitimize; nothing less would do.
    • When catastrophe threatened, they turned to God for deliverance.
    • This is a key word, a ‘dramatic metaphor’ which includes deliverance from slavery, and being set free at the payment of a price.
    • They were praying for death for deliverance from pathetic existence.
    • Commentators on this psalm agree that only such a person can hope to receive an answer to their prayer of deliverance from enemies.
    • Instead it gets bogged down in motions and amendments, addendums and deliverances, overtures and the like.
    • Such structures can be read as dramas of redemption, of deliverance from the chaotic environment of an unreasoning nature.
    • The key is that we look to God for salvation and deliverance, which may be in this world, but if not, then in the judgement to come.